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Fantasy Baseball: Top Outfielders – 31 to 45

Posted by on Mar 30, 2013 in 2013 Fantasy Baseball, Fantasy Baseball Outfielders, Fantasy Baseball Rankings | 0 comments

There are still some good fantasy baseball outfielders picks in the later rounds that you can choose in your cash fantasy baseball or free fantasy baseball league. Here are the picks for those later rounds: 31. Nelson Cruz, Texas Rangers Cruz played in 159 games (previous high was 128) so his 24 HR were disappointing for him. Cruz hit under .265 (.260) for the third time in four seasons and did not reach double-digit steals for the second straight year. Cruz turns 33 in July. 32. Carlos Gomez, Milwaukee Brewers Gomez stole 37 bases and hit 19 homers. He had stolen over 30 in 2008 but his previous HR high was 8. Gomez hit .260 and has a career BA of .247. He turned 27 in December. 33. Angel Pagan, San Francisco Giants Pagan stole 29 bases, just missing...

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Fantasy Baseball: Top Outfielders – 16 to 30

Posted by on Mar 30, 2013 in 2013 Fantasy Baseball, Fantasy Baseball Outfielders, Fantasy Baseball Rankings | 0 comments

You may not have the opportunity to draft all of your outfielders in your fantasy baseball money league or your free fantasy league in the early rounds. So use this list to help you decide who else to pick in your draft. 16. Matt Holliday, St. Louis Cardinals Holliday has seven straight 20-HR seasons and a career BA of .313. He turned 33 in January. 17. B.J. Upton, Atlanta Braves Upton has five straight 30-steal seasons and 51 HR over the last two years. But  his.246 BA was highest in last four seasons.  Career .336 OBP, .422 SLG at home, .335 OBP, .422 SLG on road. 18. Michael Bourn, Cleveland Indians After stealing 61, 52 and 61 bases from 2009-11, Bourn stole 42 in his walk year. He hit .225 in the second half and has a .272 career...

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Fantasy Baseball: Top Outfielders – 1 To 15

Posted by on Mar 30, 2013 in 2013 Fantasy Baseball, Fantasy Baseball Outfielders, Fantasy Baseball Rankings | 0 comments

Whether you play fantasy baseball for free, or participate in a fantasy baseball money league, you need to find great outfielders. Here is our list of the top 15 picks: 1. Ryan Braun, Milwaukee Brewers Braun had over 30 HR, 100 RBI and a .300 BA for the fifth time each in six seasons, and also stole over 30 bases for the second straight year. 2. Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Trout was one steal short of becoming the third player in MLB history to have 30 homers and 50 steals in a season. He also hit .326 and his 129 runs scored were 20 more than anyone else. 3. Andrew McCutchen, Pittsburgh Pirates McCutchen hit .327 and joined Braun and Trout as the only three players to have 30 HR and 20 steals. 4. Matt Kemp,...

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Can 2012 Top National League Rookies Build On Their Success?

Posted by on Mar 14, 2013 in 2013 Fantasy Baseball, Fantasy Baseball Rankings | 0 comments

If you are getting ready for fantasy baseball season, here are some tips about last year’s top fantasy baseball rookies in the National League. Bryce Harper was the big National League rookie name going into the 2012 season and he ended up winning NL Rookie of the Year, but the four other players who finished in the top five could also have bright fantasy futures.  Bryce Harper, Outfielder, Washington Nationals Harper scored 98 runs with 18 steals while hitting 22 homers and batting .270. The only other players to reach all those numbers were Ryan Braun, Mike Trout and Andrew McCutcheon. And Harper did it as a nineteen-year-old, turning 20 last October. Harper finished strong, with 13 homers combined in August and September and a .330 average in September. Norichika Aoki, Outfielder, Milwaukee Brewers Aoki hit .288 with 30...

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2013’s Top 5 American League Rookie of the Year Candidates

Posted by on Mar 2, 2013 in 2013 Fantasy Baseball, Fantasy Baseball Prospects, Fantasy Baseball Rankings | 0 comments

American League Rookie of the Year candidates will be plentiful for the 2013 season. Several young prospects saw brief looks with their major league clubs late last season while others look to make their mark in the big leagues starting this spring. Here are five names to watch out for who could be vying for Rookie of the Year Award honors at the end of the season. 1. Danny Hultzen: Seattle Mariners Selected by the Mariners with the second overall pick in the 2011 MLB draft, left-handed pitcher Danny Hultzen made a strong debut in his first professional season. He posted a 3.05 ERA in 25 starts between Double-A and Triple-A ball last year, striking out 136 batters in 124 innings. Hultzen will be vying for the final spot in Seattle’s starting rotation this spring. With a high-90s fastball...

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Using Fantasy Baseball To Cast A ‘Final Vote’

Posted by on Jul 2, 2012 in 2012 Fantasy Baseball, Baseball News, Fantasy Baseball Rankings | 0 comments

Now that the 17-starters have been selected for the 2012 All-Star Game and the useless Home Run Derby fan vote is over with… there’s still time to vote for two more All-Stars. 5 AL and 5 NL players have been selected for the All-Star Final Vote. If you voted with your heart and not with your head (looking at you, Kung Fu Panda-voters) for the ASG starters, the time is now to use the roto-side of your brain to select the most-deserving players for the Final Vote. If you think about it, there really isn’t a better way to vote for All-Stars then by using the simple logic of fantasy baseball. If you scroll position by position in your league’s player rankings, it’s very cut and dry who rightfully deserves to be voted an All-Star, each year. Past performance...

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